Under the supervision of the Senior Special Projects Manager, the Solar Manager supervises the Solar Crew Supervisors and works closely with the Energy Services Agency staff project leader(s) throughout assigned projects. Provides supervisors and corpsmembers with instruction and direction during all aspects of energy efficiency projects. Ensures corpsmembers are in compliance with all safety rules and policies, and LCC and project rules and requirements at all times.
Assists in the fulfillment of the agency's vision, 'For Those We Serve,' by empowering individuals to thrive as healthy, self-sufficient and contributing members of our communities.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Recruits, manages, trains, and evaluates Solar staff involved in installing energy efficient measures in qualified homes.
Works in cooperation with the Energy Services project lead staff and provides direction to the solar supervisors.
Supervises and conducts vocational, safety, and equipment training for corpsmembers in the areas of installations based on energy efficiency measurements, combustion appliance safety testing, and other required diagnostic testing performed in client's home.
Coordinates with the Senior Special Projects Manager and LCC Director to identify new Solar training and project work for LCC corpsmembers.
Assists in the planning and technical implementation of all energy services projects alongside the Senior Special Projects Manager and LCC Director.
Supervises crew, including implementation of policies and procedures consistent with LCC Corpsmember Handbook and Solar contract requirements.
Works closely with the Senior Services Manager and YouthBuild Charter School Instructors to ensure LCC corpsmembers are meeting their high school obligations.
Leads and supervises an ethnically diverse population of unskilled young adults with multiple barriers to employment.
Mentors and coaches corpsmembers to resolve behavioral issues and other barriers to their project experience. Implements disciplinary measures when needed within the guidelines of the Corpsmember Handbook.
Serves as a role model for corpsmembers, including active involvement and support of their energy conservation practices experience and educational goals.
Administers safety training related to the worksite, assuring the safety of corpsmembers during all work tasks.
Effectively structures workload to meet deadlines.
Develops, leads and maintains a positive and productive work environment.
Delivers high quality and timely completion of all jobs, projects and related services to the satisfaction of the Solar project partners and LCC management.
Ensures that assigned vehicle, tools, equipment, materials and supplies are maintained and in good and safe working order.
Completes and submits all required forms and reports (e.g. daily crew assignment log and report; log, vehicle logs and gas receipts, equipment repair orders corpsmember evaluations, corpsmember award nominations, etc.) are completed in a timely manner and submitted as required to supervisor.
Safely transports corpsmembers to and from project worksites throughout Fresno County and surrounding counties in LCC vehicle; ability to connect and safely pull bumper-pull or gooseneck, dual axle trailer.
Travels for agency business using agency vehicle.
Maintains regular attendance and punctuality.
Works evenings, overnights, and weekends as required.
Performs other duties as assigned.